spring/summer 2016 new york: three takes on ten years.

three brands celebrated tenth anniversary milestones in very different ways this season at fashion week. first, givenchy made history by not only bringing their show to new york, but giving a select number of tickets to the public. they were in for a treat as riccardo tisci celetrated ten years with the brand with a heartfelt tribute to the city…
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resort 2016: proenza schouler.

in the fashion world, tweed was once thought to be the domain of chanel, be it gabrielle chanel or karl lagerfeld. but in recent years, jack mccollough and lazaro hernandez have shown that they are equally deft with the fabric. for resort, the entire first segment was devoted to it, in very not-ladies-that-lunch silhouettes that work for a multitude of…
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resort 2016: rag and bone.

in terms of wearability and affordability, this rag and bone resort collection is it. bomber jackets, shirtdresses, pleated skirts, slouchy pants, sleeveless vests, oversized sweaters—basically everything i want in my closet. maybe even a velour tracksuit (that’s a far cry from your 90s juicy couture kind). and while here it looks very “sporty spice,” i can also see these looks…
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resort 2016: balenciaga.

the first thing i noticed when scrolling through pics of balenciaga resort was a terrycloth towel as a scarf on the model wearing look number four, and a terrycloth bustier in look 27. gimmicky? maybe. but that’s where they ended, because the rest of the collection was elegant with sophisticated touches, like exposed darts and lingerie details, silk jacquard fabrics, and subtle…
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resort 2016: victoria beckham.

i’ve become quite the fan of victoria beckham; she has really grown as a designer, not only with accessories and denim, but in her ready to wear and victoria lines (i wish it weren’t so expensive, but i digress). she didn’t get too fancy with resort, but did show some interesting takes on evening, like a sequin shirt paired with…
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